Tom Waits - San Diego Folk Festival [4-19-74]
Hello again. I think, whilst I await my encoding of theme Time for this week, I will treat you to the next in the series of posts of Tom Waits Bootlegs.
This one is, as I will describe probably all of them to you, a great listen.
Way back when the earth was young and Tom Waits didn't look like a grandpa (hehe) he had a really definitive voice.
Much more, in my opinion, than he does today.
Most artists I find kind of grow into their voice and as they age it gets to sound even better but I think Waits is the exception here. I don't mean that to sound like I think he has a shit voice these days - I don't.
I just think that back in the day, the day that this show is from, he had something close to god-like when he sang certain songs and hit certain raspy noted with that gravelly growl of a voice.
You may or may not agree.
How will I ever know you never leave a friggin' comment.
I'm no bootlegs expert-nerd that knows everything.
In fact, I know little more than nothing.
I do know what sounds good though and this is it.
I can give you a tracklist of course!
1. Better Off Without a Wife (2:31)
2. On a Foggy Night (3:41)
3. Shiver Me Timbers (3:47)
4. Fumblin with the Blues (3:04)
5. San Diego Serenade (3:07)
6. Glad That You're Gone (3:54)
7. Ice Cream Man (2:31)
8. Depot Depot (3:25)
9. The Ghosts of Saturday Night (4:07)
Duration : 30:11
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Listening to this just serves as another reminder that ...
I was born in the wrong decade.
(Mind you, I'd be older now if I had been born earlier...Hmm fuck that. Feel old enough).
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